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Have you not visited Sevastopol yet?
Itís a shocking discovery of the natural beauty of the region that you could miss. Visiting Sevastopol you have a chance to spend unforgettable holidays in the seaside resort on the Black Sea Riviera. Sevastopol is located on the subtropical peninsula of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. The unique geographic location makes Sevastopol a popular tourist destination. Everyone will find here what he is looking for. It has great climate, stunning sea coast, many beaches and natural resort parks as well as active nightlife and a huge historical background. All this makes it the centre of tourism in summer. Relaxing lifestyle contributes to the friendly atmosphere of the local restaurants, bars, discos, lounge cafes. You can find a perfect place here for a romantic dinner. Walking along the sea coast and breathing the fresh air you can make your time special. Once visited you can never forget and people return here every year.
Sevastopol is a special place that represents all Ukraine. You donít need to waste your time visiting all other cities of Ukraine to understand the whole beauty and peculiarities of this country! Just visit Sevastopol, it is all you need.
Sevastopol is the same international megapolis as Kiev with a lot of sightseeing, business and shopping centres, concert halls, theatres and cinemas. If you like country side and untouched nature with mountains, in one hour from the city there is Ai Petri m chain where people ski in winter. Sevastopol is also a port city like Odessa or Nicolaev, but unlike them, sea in Sevastopol is clean because it doesnít have big port activity. Also Sevastopol has bright nightlife and prices are less expensive.
So what makes Sevastopol different from other Ukrainian cities? Sevastopol has unique nature that you canít find anywhere. It has a status of natural resort due to its crystal sea beaches and amazing seaside. Thatís why we can easily call it Black Sea Riviera.
-Donít be surprised seeing lots of female companies without even one man with them, it is normal here because of demographic situation there are many single ladies.
-Donít take too much money, you wonít spend it all. Youíll be glad with low prices and good quality of service.
-Donít forget to take your camera with you otherwise you wonít forgive it to yourself.
-You donít need to worry about your safety. Sevastopol is a safe city with local police control everywhere, anyway you need to be attentive and donít leave your laptop outside.
-Try to talk loudly in English or any foreign language and immediately youíll have lots of ladies around.
It is the only city in the former Sovjet Union, which is the basis of 2 naval fleets Ė Russian and Ukrainian. Navigation conditions of the city's harbours make Sevastopol a strategically important naval point. Sevastopol has a special status in the political and administrative structure of Ukraine, the city's independence gives its administration , language, education and more. It gives our city the right of the large agricultural areas around Sevastopol on its territory to maintain two cities include Sevastopol - Balaklava and Inkerman and about 40 villages. Sevastopol has 359,100 inhabitants.
Sevastopol is a history buffís paradise. The city is literally covered in one amazing historical artifact, monument and sight after another. There are more historically important places to see than you will have time or energy to visit during your stay
The Primorsky Boulevard for residents of Sevastopol has been for generations one of the most favourite places in town. Walking away from the street you will find steps leading to a broad walkway directly on the water. This beautiful harbour walk has several more historical monuments such as the eagle topped obelisk honouring the scuttled Russian ships from the Crimean war (coincidently the emblem of the city). Walk far enough and you will find the dolphinarium and a host of souvenir stalls where the price is always debatable.
One of the interesting places in Sevastopol is the remains of the Greek settlement of Chersonesus. This Black Sea trading post was established around 500 B.C. What does this mean to you? This means it is really old! In fact it is so old and relatively well preserved that it made some UNESCO Top 100 list of important old things.
The next place of interest is the Panorama Museum, located on one of the highest points of the city near the centre of town. The Panorama Museum is a circular domed building that houses a 360 degree panoramic painting of a critical moment of an important battle during the Crimean War.
It is named after a famous Russian admiral of the mid-1800s who was in charge of the cityís defence during the Crimean War. Itís a good place to landmark in your mind as it has a very unmistakable large monument to the man the square is named for and is located right on the waterfront at the confluence of two main streets.
The best recommendation is the furthest from the city centre, but possibly the most unique. It is the small harbour of Balaklava. Technically one of the four regions of Sevastopol, Balaklava has a rich history of its own. You can see the ruins of the 12th Century Genoese fortress that overlooks the harbour entrance and the harbour walk lined with cute cafes, motor boats and luxurious yachts. Taking a boat trip to the Golden or Silver beach you wonder how nature can create such a beautiful place with mountains coming down to the crystal blue sea. A secrete zone is a massive underground submarine base. But you canít notice it because it is hidden in the cave of the first mountain. It may sound like something from a James Bond movie, but it is actually real! Though there are no longer submarines based here, but that is also why it is now open to the public.
Once visited Sevastopol you can see and find out about Ukraine more than you can imagine.
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